From Georgetown Speedway
Georgetown, DE — (September 15, 2013) — Sunday night’s trip to Georgetown Speedway will be a memorable one for Karl Freyer as he would collect his very first TSRS 305 Sprint Series victory. After 23 years of racing URC sprints , Karl with the effort of many friends put a TSRS 305 Sprint car together and everything paid off as he would clean sweep the evening winning his heat race and the 20 lap feature.
By virtue of winning heat race number one Karl Freyer would lead the field to the green flag along side of second heat race winning Adam Carberry. When the green flag waived Freyer would jump out to the lead over Carberry and 3rd starting Ed Newhouse and set a quick early pace. The top 3 settled into single file formation and action was picking up for the 4th spot on lap 9 as 8th place starter David Brown Jr was putting pressure on Tim Tanner. Brown would gain the 4th spot one lap latter. Karl Freyer was in complete control at the halfway point with Carberry, Newhouse, Brown Jr, and Tanner all giving chase. Lapped traffic would play a factor with 5 laps remaining allowing Adam Carberry to close the distance on the leader Freyer. With 2 laps remaining Carberry had closed in to about two car lengths on Freyer. Karl Freyer mastered lapped traffic perfectly however and would go onto score his 1st ever series win while Adam Carberry would have to settle for 2nd. David Brown Jr would come home 3rd and earning the nights hard charger award. Ed Newhouse and Tim Tanner would round out the top 5